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Seattle Kraken Revise Grubauer’s Deal After CBA Violation
"With goaltender Philipp Grubauer after the initial deal was rejected by the NHL for violating the collective bargaining agreement. An anonymous source told The Associated Press. The change involves $250,000 being moved from 2023 24 to 2022 23 to satisfy Ciba requirements. Some money needed to be moved after rules were changed years ago to prevent teams from front loading contracts with the penalty kick in the
2 Boston Trains Collide, Sending 23 to the Hospital, Authorities Say
"In Boston into the cause of a collision between two trolleys Friday evening, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority general manager Steve Puff Tak told reporters. Two trains headed West found on the B branch of the Green Line and the trailing train collided with the train in front of it. It happened around six o'clock last night near Boston University. 23 people were taken to hospitals, but none of the injuries were reported to be life threatening. This is
"23" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast
"Before i'm getting really torn at the moment we've the whole concept of saying if you are addressing a group of people which might include women and out of nights and aim. I will something or group. Facebook message and so this isn't just workplace workplace. Hey goes it's just go to thing for me to say and i'll just feel weird about it now. I don't know whether i'm gonna get in trouble forward or someone's going to put the hand up and say not. You can't say that it would. This is because you think someone's going to take offense to be. I'm worried it's in the back of my mind that someone's going to take offense. What about people that. Don't identify for as a male or female. It's a funny thing. Actually and you taking me somewhere where. I wasn't expecting to go but lock and within right watches. This show called rupaul. Was drag. rice sounds great. That sounds fucked. Like is this dot porno. Now it's one of the world's biggest shows it's on stain or believe it's a show where basically drag queens go and compete against one another to be crammed the best drag quaint love. You did you feel that you got in trouble for signing with drag closet. Very conscious of what i'm saying right now but i think they're all men they're men obviously dress up as women in and they competing to be the best drag queen if i walked into a room with them and said hi gauze. I'm going to get in trouble. What if one of them's wearing a wig. And he's dressed up as a woman apparently supposed to address that main then as she saw even the host all is a man who dresses up in drag rupaul. And i call him a. Hey sometimes and you can't say that. But he is. he's anatomies a man. Okay hang on. let's stop so you're saying that. When they dressed up they have to address them as woman apparently not dressed up. You are lodge to address them. Have i want to be addressed. That had he not. This is the whole thing and confusing. Forget all the drag paypal.
Tom Hanks, Native Californian, Voices Cleveland Guardians Video
"Cleveland's baseball team change. Its name the latest major sports team to do so. Here's gave gutierrez and the video narrated by tom. Hanks we are all cleveland guardians. Cleveland's baseball team announced. They will now be known as the guardian starting next season. Indians will always be part of our history. Just as cleveland has always been the most important part of our identity. The new name reference to large art deco statues on cleveland's hope memorial bridge the teams first name change in more than a
YAAS Founder Morgan Zegers on How Radical Left Leads to Regress
"Tell us. What is your message to your fellow americans who aren't the indoctrinated drones but who may be realized that mayo sees not right We have. I'm not gonna even play now but the the cut. We used during the week where. She blamed america for the plight of the cubans under communism. What is your message to those americans and especially those who may want to do something but who feel intimidated of course well for me. I always tell my peers to not let yourself be victimized. Don't fall for the messaging that they're telling you that you will always be oppressed for me. You mentioned my freedom flags. I was in college. And i had a large amount of student debt from my years. Getting my bachelor's degree. And so i learned what an flags and i paid off my student loans many years ago and now it's my full time Small business and so if you could zegers freedom flag shop you guys can all get one across the country. Were so proud of them but right now. They're teaching young people that they will always be a victim in that. We cannot succeed without government's. Help what i want to remind everybody out there. As we see the rise of the radical left for centuries americans have stood together as conservatives and liberals on a basis of classical liberalism and capitalism and it was those two core principles and specifically economic freedom. That really drove this country to the actual progress that we're achieving these days the radical left. That's on the rise will promise progress but history has shown their ideas when implemented bring regress. And if you want to help people give them economic power empower them to take care of themselves in their lives and so really. This is all about control. Money is power and when the people have the money when the people can control their own business and small businesses specifically we're going to be able to dominate and get that american dream back.
Grant Stinchfield: Ronnie Johns Made a Secret Deal With Louisiana's Governor
"Follow him onto a stench field. Seventeen seventy six grant. Welcome back to america. I dr genes so get to beyond you so you went to a specific local story which was shocking and it's a levels of corruption. Which would you read tell it here for a millions of listeners across the nation so this was about the louisiana bill i take it. Is that what you're talking about. The guy who was on the the constitutional carry bill and then the guy who was offered the the game can emission a job. Just what will list magin. Nobody knows about this story because everybody needs to hear it. I am so glad you asked me about this. Because just today was announced as the gaming commissioner. I'm talking about state representative ronnie johns of louisiana This is a guy that made a secret deal with the governor to not show up to vote on constitutional carry which is the veto override session. So consider this dr g. The senate passed the bill. The house passes the bill. They have a democrat. Governor anti gun anti freedom governor in louisiana de vetoes the bill. Well he may say deal with this. Ronnie johns whitney surgery two weeks ago. Please don't show up that way. We can override the veto with a super majority. He made another deal with another guy there. Too for some bridge in his in his district and lo and behold what happens if fails in the veto session and just today. It is announced by the governor that ronnie johns will have the gaming commissioner seats Or spot as the gaming commissioner in the state of louisiana knows louisiana. The game commissioner is a very powerful position This is the height of arrogance. It's the height of trading political favors at the expense of the people that elected. You people should be outraged. And i actually think there ought to be an investigation. If it's not illegal it should
Lincoln Project Slams Fox News and Rupert Murdoch for 'Killing Americans'
"Get back to the studio. I know you'll prepping furiously. Somebody wants to talk on this issue. Our good friend. Leonardo in new jersey line for welcome leo i. Yeah that's incredible david chipman. I'm sure you've heard the other clip of him right speaking of some digs a. Can you define an assault rifle. He can't this guy he wants to run the atf. And he conned. Define the thing. He wants to ban leo. He's he's a real frigging genius. What working weapon. What working weapon isn't a lethal weapon. He he's just a genius. But i wanted to say that you know. I heard that clip of him. And i think you'll recall it and i said i have told you that we have Family are luma n- first world war Rifle stock lugar that my dad brought out the were running with general patton rate so i listened and i said where did i put it so right away. Maybe a deplorable and a tiger king. I i wanted to look behind my two. they can and the beef jerky you know the clip. I'm talking about the boating accident with your lugar leo. Did you have a boat sudden boating accident. Yeah it wasn't there. So i got you know. I panicked then. I realized you know where it was. I had hollowed out a watermelon and it was in the produce with collard. Greens and my black-eyed pea. So i found it. Why did he say stuff like that. This guy is a disgrace and why we're talking about scumbags and disgrace. I just got to say for new jersey to try to free the state up fully murphy. Leany should go back to check this. His
What Is the 'Freedom Phone'?
"You may have heard some chatter about a freedom phone. Five hundred dollar hands at that. Supposedly focuses on free speech and privacy. There's so many red flags of lethal recommend boy in this device. Let's break it down. Jane this is your daily charge joining me again to discuss. The freedom phone is seen. That's on expert and fellow. Lego disease patrick colin. Welcome patrick readings greetings. My fellow brick brother. So you're on yesterday to talk about the galaxy fifty two which was a decent five hundred dollar android smartphone. And today we're talking about different. Five hundred dollar hand said. Tell me about this freedom phone man. We're laughing because it. I think you gotta look at it as the whole thing in two things and if you look at the whole thing it's a five hundred dollar phone. It's on preorder now. And there's virtually nothing we know about in terms of specs and other features that we would normally spend probably this whole podcast talking about then. There's the other side of it. Which is the name freedom. Phone and its tagline is that it will prioritize free speech and privacy above anything else. It's backed by a self-proclaimed. Bitcoin millionaire named eric feynman he's funding the phone and he claims that it's freedom. Oso's ios or android will protect your privacy and that the app store is uncensored unsinkable. As the word he uses and the app stores called the patriot store so There's a lot of big claims A lot of this is tied to the second part of the phone. which is clearly. It's tied to
A Lake Superior Tribe's Ancestors Want Their Burial Lands Back
"More than a century ago nearly two hundred ojibway graves were removed from the burial grounds of a lake superior tribe to make way for. Us steals plan to develop or docks that were never built now. A new effort seeks to return those lands and reburial site to the fondling band of lake. Superior chippewa danielle catering. Reports wisconsin. Point is a remote strip of land on the shore of lake superior. It marks the ancestral home of the fondling tribe whose relatives settled there as early as four hundred years ago. Seven generations were laid to rest at the wisconsin point cemetery including the communities leader chief joseph osan gave the company uprooted the dead and those still living like calling aired parents. Aired who is ninety. Seven is a direct descendant of chievo soggy. It's hallowed ground to me. We just love dead aired says. Her father would be thrilled to see. The land turned over to the tribe. They're one step closer to that goal. After the superior city council passed a resolution supporting the transfer fonda lack chairman kevin dooby says returning. The lands would provide some closure to tribal families. Remember what happened in the past. It's our laos and we have to take care of it. Continue move forward. City and tribal officials will work with wisconsin. Us senator tammy baldwin office to petition the us department of interior to place the lands in federal trust for fonda lack for national native news. i'm daniel catering.
Alphabet's New Moonshot Company: Intrinsic
"Alphabet has a new moonshot. it's called intrinsic a new company to build. Apparently although we're not entirely sure software for industrial robots and so intrinsic will join alphabets portfolio of other bets that includes the likes of waymo wing and verily quoting the verge details on what exactly intrinsic is building or who its customers will be are unclear a blog post from the company's new ceo. Wendy ten white discusses intrinsic ambitions in broad terms saying it will quote unlocked the creative and economic potential of industrial robotics for millions more businesses entrepreneurs and developers and by creating software that will make industrial robots quote easier to use less costly and more flexible and quote. Robotics have been an obsession at google for years. But the company's efforts have been unfocused and have yet to produce any commercial hits in two thousand thirteen. Google went on a shopping spree for robots buying seven companies and roughly six months including shaft a japanese firm known for bipedal robots boughten dali makers of very cool viral videos and boston dynamics which needs no introduction. The effort was named replicant. And headed. By andy rubin and executive who co founded the android mobile operating system over the years though. No news emerged from replicant. And google either sold off or shut down most of its acquisitions. Why partly because robots are hard to make and not very profitable but also because of rubin's departure from the company in two fourteen after being accused of sexual misconduct which google kept secret at the time. Since replicates failure the company has focused more on the software side of things using machine learning to teach robots to manipulate objects without direct supervision. This place into google strengths and will apparently be intrinsic focus. Going
The NFL Threatens Forfeits for Teams With COVID Outbreaks Among Unvaccinated Players
"According to a memo shared on twitter by nfl networks. Tom pella shero. The league has mandated. That a game cannot be rescheduled. If there's a covert nineteen outbreak among unvaccinated players and then that team will be forced to forfeit resulting in a loss for playoff seeding. The memo said the league tends to play all of its games within the scheduled eighteen week period and a nineteen week will not be at it. Who cares but if a game is cancelled. Here's where they're going to get him. If a game has cancelled and cannot be rescheduled neither teams players will be paid for the game now vaccinated players who tests positive for kovin. There are allowed to return to the team immediately after they get their too negative tests. While unvaccinated players will require to isolate will be required isolate for ten days. It's nuts
The NFL Grapples With Its Vaccination Policy for Players
"Last night. Jesse waters raised a great point on fox news about this whole carrot and stick thing we've heard that from the vita ministries carrying stick gently urge you. I got into a debate this morning with a friend of mine who believes in the in the nfl essentially firing any player who doesn't get vaccinated. Mark davis my dear friend. Who's a rock solid. Conservative believed strongly in businesses. Getting to decide who they're going to discriminate against you. Don't wanna you don't wanna get a vaccine that a business has a right to ban you from the store mark beliefs. And it's you know. I get his argument. I get his the consistency of conservatism. Private private enter- entrepreneur. Pre-market shouldn't have government intervention fine. No shoes no shirt. No service no vaccine no entry so there are a lot of players in the nfl who happened to be black. There's a lot of black americans who aren't getting the vaccine. That's just a fact so the nfl is grappling with. What do we do if we've got players black white green who don't want the vaccine and now the nfl is initiated a policy that if unvaccinated players give the team cove infections and the team then can forfeit the game. And as i understand it being eligible for playoff contention so in other words. You're going to be forced to get a vaccine or you're going to lose your job in the nfl.
Here's Why I Don't Like the Olympics
"I apologize in advance to those who love the olympics. Who you know. I mean i remember as a little boy our first color. Tv my mom bought our first color. Tv when i was a kid in time to watch the winter olympics i remember sitting in my living room watching them. Slide down the hill and the slaloms and all that it was cool. I get it i mean. I'm not trying to take any joy away from people. I don't like the multi nationalism olympic games. Lana scandal coming out. Of course the olympics over the years with abused and steroids. I'd there's just nothing about. I like to hear about the us women's soccer team and this other athlete. Who is the athlete that you know picked her rear end. And you know purposely turned. Her back yawned. When the national. She hates the national anthem. You're representing the united states. Lady can't stand it just can't stand
Saints WR Michael Thomas Could Miss NFL Games After Ankle Surgery
"Bad news. Michael thomas going to miss some weeks to start the season after having ankle surgery in june adam as our jamie eisenberg here reacting quickly to this news We don't have a definitive timetable yet. But you're about to hear where jamie's putting michael thomas in his rankings. Were expecting an extended absence as of right now as a friday july twenty.
Philadelphia, New Orleans Issue Mask Mandates as Numbers Spike
"Delta variant mask debate president biden says he has talked to his covert experts about mass rules for vaccinated americans. But so far. No changes planned. Twenty-five person put together looking at all the cdc director has a message for the fully vaccinated mask. Wearing is up to you. You may choose to add an extra protection by putting wine. Were mask very individual trice but in covert hotspots. Some local officials push for broader mask wearing authorities in new orleans and philadelphia now recommending masks indoors for the fully vaccinated atlanta public schools said masks will be mandatory for all students and staff regardless of vaccine status.
Leon Bridges Is Reinvented on New "Gold-Diggers Sound" Album
"Bridges. The album is called. gold digger. Sound the song we're hearing from. It is called motorbike and joining us to talk about this when his radio milwaukee's tariq moody hatred. Hey robyn how you doing all right. The bridges has had such a classic vintage sound over. the years. You know really comes from a different era and on this new album. It still has roots in the past but he kind of mixes it up a bit. Yeah it's a. It's a slight departure. Little more on the Kind of the modern rb sound instead of the traditional rb sound so he spent two years jam nap this place called gold diggers bar hotel and recording studio off the fame Santa monica boulevard in los angeles for less about two years and basically he created a whole new kind of modern. Sam i think that's because of its collaborations. Terrace martin who's best known jazz artis and composer producer. But he's best known for working for artists like kendrick lamar among others robert glass spor- so you hear their Their influences on the album. Yeah he has been on an incredible run of collaborations. Robert glassberg ten smart. You mentioned he's also worked with krung been casey. Musk graves. dip the avalanches. And i don't know maybe maybe it was inevitable that he would head more in this direction. It's not a huge departure. But he does slip into a more contemporary sound very comfortably managing to get like eight. Oh eight drum machines to sit next two horns and strings
An Olympic Opening Ceremony for an Olympics Like None Other
"Opening ceremony for the two thousand twenty olympics kicks off in a few hours in tokyo. Only about a thousand spectators will be allowed in olympic stadium. Including first lady dr jill biden. Who is leading a us. Diplomatic delegation
The Alice Todd Child Abuse Case
"The minute forty seven year old. Tina chevelle walked into the hospital with a two year old child. Employees were suspicious. The toddler was badly bruised and the mother seemed to dodge every question lobbed at her all shabas told the staff was that her child needed medical care but when she was asked to produce documentation she changed her story she clarified that she was the adoptive parent not the biological mother. The case grew even stranger when chavez claimed she couldn't provide any proof she had legally adopted the child either. There was no longer any question. Something unusual was definitely going on. The woman's story was inconsistent and concerning the hospital called the police and notified child protective services. Cps determined that because chavez couldn't prove she had legal custody a relative should take care of the child while police looked into the matter with that the investigation into tina. Chevy's began shabbat. Lived in thomas phil north carolina with her husband vison zeo mendoza romero both in claimed to have custody of the child but neither of them had the paperwork to prove it. The police started to suspect they'd stumbled upon a case of illegal adoption. The phenomenon is more common than the average person might expect. Adoption is a practice as old as civilization itself. But for most of its history. The institution was specifically designed to meet the needs of the parents rather than the children. It wasn't until the mid eighteen hundreds when people in power started to reconsider the practice treating children like ponds and adult games in eighteen fifty one massachusetts past the adoption of children act the first law that codified modern adoption essentially. The state was empowered to determine whether the arrangement with the parent was beneficial to the child before this legislation. That question was largely deemed irrelevant. Nowadays adoption is a complicated legal process. And it's that way by design. If there no neutral party involved people could easily trade their children for money or other goods there would be no safeguards guaranteeing that the children grow up in healthy environments. So when the police in thomas ville north carolina opened their investigation on tina chavez. They had one concern on their minds whether their arrangement was good for the toddler or if it was even legal at all
NHL Unveils 2021-22 Schedule With Realigned Divisions, Debut of Seattle Kraken
"The NHL set out two versions of the 2021 22 season one includes a pause for the Beijing Winter Olympics, and if those games are scratched, the NHL will go to Plan B. Last season, there were only 56 regular season games separated by Canada and U. S divisions. The 2021 22 season goes back to normal. The Seattle cracking a part of an opening night doubleheader October 12th taking on the Golden Knights in Vegas and their first home match and climate pledge arena, October 23 against the Vancouver connects. The cracking have traded away, one of the players they selected in last night's expansion
"23" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"23" Discussed on The Minerva PLM TV Podcast Show
"Mentioning the products up. Kimberly complex so complex partner needs and the development of the products. Such transformation is transforming beach. W this kind of industry or so which are the product is designed and manufactured across all industry sectors limited to particular industry and manufactures. Billy concentrated on enhancing. The product would top quality product and they want efficiency if the besides dynamically connecting the customers. Okay that is one of the key ya-ya on it is in fact In the being evident that aiding with challenges is being digital transformation in design in development and manufacturing product through continues said risk tracking so that is ear industrial. Iot is going to be bigger to one nine one even before. Who for data to one. I so this is going to. The data is going to be in trouble. Coming from these Industrial iot companies are going to complement radically management but Product improvement evaded. So my buchen roddick. Goldwyn companies manufacturing industries to realize importance of mechanical l. Trigger your tonic and soft data as well as ross into price. Expertise from are designed to manufacture Very good and i mean obviously you are very keyed up on iot in industry particularly this with this book. What do you think is the most important development. In the future of products that co-management this intraday into smart connected world Quite accurate mementos the global industry market which is clearly what comedy and the leading manufacturers need to develop and products product and how it is going to be Going to be happen as is going to be in them. That is going to make this possible. As in the fraser white systems increases product as also process innovation by making it feasible for the enterprises as coordinating the data so Gordon data out pacelle the smart products in this. What like in a centralized location. How are they are trying to use those process to promote just product so there is one of the main key area and more than most of the manufacturers is right now lee upon old than you would before like we talk with dan feeney. They're not that much concentration but right now are the digital. Transformation is one which makes people to understand more on field like able say. Let me set. would i fought. Brazil so pm is going to be more than before a conflict and also sell smart products and focusing on the new product and also turning the roadmaps into reality so that makes manufacturing prophets growing faster. That is happened when phelim systems. If you're the greatest return of must already can say than the value is going to be like a fringe. Come in front of the customers Into prices and smart connected products of the future of production as well. Let's be ellum systems. Asian to handle those smart product growth your collection as all sales. We just wanted to help prizes. Inaba losing the data from customer devices. That is going to give you insight into how products are being used. That is the main thing which i think like the this feature of means like. I don't say it's going to be end of the field and because there are a lot of things keep on adding today. We are talking iphoto tomorrow. Something might come so be. It was going to be all throughout but only thing. Whatever you see in the eighties or today's ninety s. I put those on. Now it's very feeling foetal which is going to be a complete transition from one to two articles peel excellent. I think that's really good points. And i love the fact that you point out. That pm is kind of like the great fire inside of companies and whatever you couple it with some of these other emerging technologies in the future of of design and development. You're really able to get a lot of information back about exactly those areas that you pointed out what are the obstructors. What are the enablers And then who are the people that can help effect change and bring the company forward and address those challenges so great points. Thank you so much for sharing your experiences with us with us today. I really appreciate it and enjoyed having you on the show. Thank you thanks for. And i would like to use opportunity to thank all my gophers back smeared. My colleagues would be my mentors and almost mildly purposes carriers. Like i want to thank all them through your tv. Thank you and to all of our viewers. Thank you for joining us. Like this content remembered the likened subscribe buttons to be alerted future. Contents will never miss an episode. Have a question that you'd like answered on a future episode of of appeal. Mtv drop your comments below or send me an email at j. m. o. At minerva dashed yellen dot com. Thanks much of your one and have a wonderful day..
"23" Discussed on The Black Ones
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"23" Discussed on Raven 23: Presumption of Guilt
"I requested Infantry I love the Infantry Eagle Scout Was pretty good at all this stuff. The in tree in rice. And so I didn't know whether I should be brought on infantry or Jag they grew up on Jag and it's on the home of the which was forbidding. Georgia's still is and that's where I served for four years and I saw injustices and impact. There had been some before but they had been dealt with so that the same guy that refers got a court martial would not be the one that rated the defense counsel so that if the guy was acquitted or got to live sentencing the head of the convenience or He wouldn't lose his career. But what What you also have to understand. The constitution gives Congress Authority to create a disciplinary system for our military. That's where the uniform code of military justice came from God was short. Cutting the process of civilian justice sell. They had a delicate balance of making sure justice was done in the UC OF J. But also keeping in mind each would likely be in a theater situations combat theaters where you would need to shorten the process So that it would not interfere with fighting and mission readiness or what we say now. Like with Derek with Miller with Clinton with First Sergeant John Hat Lee and others And it happened to gallagher to these. Allegations arise in a combat theater. They bring them back to the United States. Where they don't have access to the witnesses and they tell them no we can't bring them witnesses back and any of this as open Tori evidence. That would absolutely prove you're innocent. We don't have that anymore. What do you can't do that. And so we're looking at ways to night the U. C. j. More Fair for our value warriors and one of the things that I feel like actually is unfair and needs to be changed the sane convenience or usually general or an admiral that signs the order ordering that this person be court martialed sign that order in on him convicted. Well that's who that yours can fix the drawers and it's not like I said the jury where you may like. When I was a felony judge here in Texas we might have You know a hundred Potential jurors come in that we would pick from to get the most fair twelve In the military the commanding general or Admiral. Chances to court martial hand picks the jurors they can be any where from six to fifteen sometimes and every juror. No they were hand because the general or the apple expects a conviction. Well that's not exactly fair but another thing we've seen to is in the case of some of these guys like bring them back and they take him to trial before a jury of guys of men and women that have not even been in combat Sometimes they have but many times they have it. They don't understand what it is to have bullets flying at you Churchill pointed out. That was the most exhilarating thing a person could experience was being fired on. And the bullet missing They you know you you need to have a jury appears so. That's one of the things that I hope that we can work on but another thing. That really inspired me Gina. is reading the free reading heck brief in one of these cases and seeing that it said that took in. World War One World War Two Korean and Vietnam seven Americans convicted of war crimes but just in Iraq and Afghanistan. We've had over two hundred. That tells you America was being but first we were putting our enemies. I not Our own volunteers. So they're definitely a lot of changes that need to be made things that really important when somebody's been investigated Even if they're not there found not guilty or their pardons because of injustice so their conviction overturned the criminal investigation division title systems had the total system keeps that information of the arrest and all that in the system. So that if you try to go get a job or you. WanNa get into law enforcement or WANNA get a weapon. You're not because that information is still in the system. That's another grave injustice. We gotta fix. There's just a lot of issues but that's that's another one. L. Can hurt somebody. It was totally not guilty in the first place when last question. If you wouldn't mind you've described you've described a system that is sounds like it's broken And there are As Derek and I have talked about A lot of political motivations in some of these cases including this case of Raven two three and four. Can you talk about how the military criminal justice system has come to this past with prosecutors acting more like gang members and the military leadership is turning a blind eye to some of these misdeeds in kind of encouraging? This behavior. What happened well. This is my interpretation mop Pinon but it seems that In the years following Vietnam and we get up to the president and especially under the Obama Biden Administration The military became extremely political. And I don't know if you're aware but Obama had a number of purges where he would eliminate any leaders of the military that And prevent them from being promoted But they were literally perch people that did not agree with the political philosophy of the president. For example if you felt like We should not spend defense money on a sex change operations. You're going to be out and it didn't matter that you thought it was fine if somebody wanted to have a sex change operation. You just felt like you shouldn't use money that could go per bulletproof vests or something for That you didn't think that should go for sex. Chain GonNa get perched at the highest levels and so if it came so political and in the case of Biden four there were so many outrageous unjust things that happened that the first federal judge that took this up just threw it all out chastise people involved but then by goes over and he does a press conference with the president of Iraq. Basically saying we're going to get these guys And so that's what they did. They set out. They made a had a press conference. Said they were. GonNa get these guys and son a gun. They did and became way too political. And that's where when politics gets too involved in justice then there is no justice is a great place to end this. Well thank you very much for for coming to talk to us today and looking forward to see what's going to happen with this Requests for pardons have you talked to the president about this at all and We're hoping that We can get these guys pardoned We will see what happens but We're GONNA keep pushing and actually jeanette like I say. I'm so thrilled that you would allow this opportunity to talk about this for people. They just wanted to serve our country and by the way. Derek Taylor is he's working for their the caucus now he's unbelievable and even though I'm a Christian I don't know if I could be as upbeat and positive and and much of an encouragement as Derek is. I mean he is just such a blessing his attitude. He just wants to help eliminate injustice in the military. So he's working for us he's working for the caucus and Lauren. Mclaughlin now is also helping with our caucus so I hope you'll have me back so we can talk some more about some of the things that are going on Gina and again thank you thank you so much for carrying. Let us get this message out. Thank you very much. This is probably one of the most important stories I've ever done. So we'll talk to you again soon for two. Thanks so much sooner.
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"And all of a sudden Peter's behind hi me said I'm back to the car I'm like don't you dare. I need you here now cemeteries no place to hang out when you got the Ron's John's when you're feeling shitty and literally and you just can't get anything done you've but he stayed. He was a trooper. I started taking pictures. I'm I'm looking around and I'm not quite sure why I'm there but I'm not feeling like I'm getting any answers. And then finally pete in hushed whisper says. I can't do it anymore and I wrote. Will you shut off fuck up. You're driving me crazy racy. We had never raised our voices one to the other and doing that scared. The Jesus out of me Pete always had the bigger heart than I did and he said. Listen let's put into effect all of that counseling. They taught us. Let's get away from the site of the fight. Go off and and ask each other the two questions what's going on. And what do you need from me so we got away from the site. I am now leaving. This luke. Angelina Number One's memorial grave and not knowing what to expect after that but I'm crying my eyes out and Pete always with the bigger heart wanted me to go first so I said Pete ever since you got this diagnosis of AIDS and started getting sick. I'm a wreck. I'm feeling so totally inadequate in our lives. I'm just feeling you're going to get sicker and sicker and I'm GonNa sit around and not watch you get any better. I feel I'm just GonNa do and do for you and it's never going to be. Our gasps were simultaneous. This very eerie real powerful and real time ways. We were both channeling this age. Own Drama of the two on Jelena's we were channeling. What was going on with not feeling good enough? We just hugged hugged each other and knew we wanted to be better. We got away from the entire cemetery. Got In the car stopped at about five different places for take care of things and then we decided to go to a travel agency. We were to leave the next day for the United States of America but we made this decision that we were going. I took stand our trip. We needed this time of healing so we booked a four day excursion to the Isle of Capri and on that I opened. We were more than enough for each other. Only five years after that Pete died still Miss Awesome and I realize now how much I gained from him but also from my past and I feel now that that might have been a legacy of feeling inadequate of not being enough of doing doing doing and just not being able to be something for everybody buddy but I know that Pete helped me through that and I know every step of the way we had a guiding touch of two little angels. Thank you That was Richard Cardillo coming up. One final story so retire what's happening. I'm laying on my son's bed and he's sleeping in the next room with my husband and I'm saving on my son's bed because I need the space because I am extremely pregnant with our second child after the Break Nisha Lava confronts some complicated history on her quest for an answer to a deceptively simple question. So I'm laying on the bed trying to figure out. How did this happen? The family ghosts.
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Welcome back to episode twenty three a family ghosts this week. We're bringing you three different stories about people receiving transmissions from the past next up Richard Cardillo. Who told this story at family goes live last summit? My mother's name was Unju- Lena Lena little angel. I always thought that name was a little bit for seashells because most of her life she was a pretty large woman. Wait issue had probably something to do. With the fact that my mother gave birth to nine children in eighteen years Number six probably had an awful lot to do with the fact also that she was never really good at taking care of herself. I mean she was the most loving giving service oriented woman I ever knew but she had this deep seated sense of inadequacy though no matter what she. I didn't realize it just wasn't enough. It was almost as if she was invisible to the world. I remember we end our days. He's nine kids that that she take care of and she said and we'd hear that wail bellowing through the house. Monotone you kids. I do in do in do for all of of you and it's just never enough. So that's the way we lived our lives that we were never going to be enough. My mom died in March. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety one and we sort of followed in her footsteps all of my nine eight brothers and sisters ended up in some kind of service oriented jobs gobs psychotherapists teachers nurses My sister is a social worker. But I had to go a different route. I was so afraid of being gay labeled the gay one in the family that I was going to insult the world and God that I had to hide it and I went religious route and at the age of sixteen years old. I devoted my life to Jesus Christ and entered a Catholic monastery monastery of monks and took a vow of celibacy for ever because what sixteen year old wouldn't want to give penis for the rest of his life. I quickly learned how to do all of this but knew it wasn't true me and I was feeling inadequate and I finally right after my mother died in one thousand nine hundred ninety one decided this is not the life for me and I left left in a very very short amount of time about a year after she left I came out of the closet and I met a guy my partner. Peter who who I was with for eighteen wonderful years of life and Pete was the Brian Eno was my teacher. He he got me going. All things relational all things feeling good about myself all things gay and he was kind of my mentor through all of this couple eight years into our relationship though he wasn't doing too well and I reflected back to my mother and what went on in her life life so I went to visit my aunt. Nettie my aunt Nettie was the youngest sister and my aunt Joe. She was the oldest sister. My mother was the youngest sister and and I said you know we buried mom. Two years ago I still have this thing of how come she was way she was. I don't even know how she got her name. And that's when I got the the story of the two little angels. It's October of nineteen twenty one and my grandfather father and my grandmother Tanada just landed at. Oh silent authorship coming from rural CA- Seca Dry Rock in Italy powerful immigrants Prince which we should protect today thank you very much powerful emigrants who had a dream in this country in tow. was their little daughter to Subpoena Subpoena Josephine. My Aunt Joe and my grandmother was mighty pregnant with her second child only a week after she landed and settled settled on Mulberry Street. In little Italy she gives birth to a beautiful daughter and Christians. That daughter Andrzej. Lena Lina Angelina was the apple of everybody's I she stood for. What was great with a new country? She was embodying all the hopes hopes and dreams that everybody had for this new world. She could do no wrong short amount of time because it's a good Italian Catholic family. My Grandmother 429. It gets pregnant again. Only about a year after giving birth to Angelina in her ninth month of pregnancy Angelina gets violently violently. Ill and tragically she dies. Is that week of scarlet fever. Only six days after trying to deal with that. They made the decision to ship the body back to Italy early after putting their dead baby's body back on a boat to Italy because they thought that we're going to move back there someday. A six days after that she gives birth to my mother and promptly gives her the name on DJ Alina Anna. I'm not a big believer in Armchair Psychology I. I don't really believe in an awful lot of the things that people say about it. But there's there's gotta be some kind of a connection between never feeling like you're good enough feeling like you're invisible total sense of inadequacy and never measuring up to a dead baby assist. You're never meet or can live up to a phantasm of coast so this was the life that we we were all kind of in for a told you before I did meet Peter and I share those stories with him and he said you need to feel good about yourself and I would hear that that over and over but within a very short amount of time we met up with some issues of our own. Pete was getting increasingly sicker with pneumonia neuropathy he was losing a little bit of his vision and the handwriting was kind of on the wall in the one thousand nine hundred eighty S. He had already Berry to partners to AIDS. He just said never ever gotten tested so we decided we needed to do this for both of our sake and we went and we got tested and sure enough p tested positive for the AIDS virus versus the doctor quickly got him on the meds because the cocktails were out at that time and then he quickly sent us to gay men's health crisis a group of New York. That was going to give counseling on how to live as a Ciro discordant couple positive negative and I hated it. There was nothing that was ever discordant in our relationship. Nothing we loved each other deeply. This was my hero in life and my lover and my partner and it was just digging me apart but we went win for all of that training thinking that his aids diagnosis was a death sentence. Peter decided he wanted to travel as quickly as possible and the first place he wanted but to travel was Italy and I said great I had never been there before I wanted to go and the craze of following a little bit of ancestry which is just coming in. So I said I'll go with one caveat. Can we spend one day trying to find the grave of Angelina Number One and he agreed and I didn't know what to expect but we got to Italy. We're having a great time and the day of the cemetery visit comes Pete's not having a good day he's he's feeling horrible and he was even offering to me. I'll stay home while you go to the grave and I was freaking and I don't know why I was freaking. I couldn't handle the situation so I said No. You're coming with me every step of the way. That's it we get in the car. We go to the cemetery research around within short amount of time I find the family plot. And there's the burial Stone Andrzej. Lena Lena Gremaldi Amadi Nine thousand nine hundred twenty one to nineteen twenty-three. I'm not sure what I'm feeling.
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"So that's half the reason that it was important to me to have this ring with a handmade design but then there's the inscription on the ring? WWL T the reason I picked wwl TV for the name of imaginary. Radio station is to pay homage to amend named Walt Kelly. The creator of my favorite comic strip. It's called Pogo. And it ran from the late forties all the way through the seventies but I discovered Everton when we used to go to visit my grandmother on my Dad's side in upstate. New York my grandparents had almost all of the Pogo books in their basement and strips have have this incredibly kinetic heartfelt mix of slapstick comedy absurdist wordplay turtles playing banjos alligators. Smoking cigars and as I would only appreciate many years later fairly subversive cold war political satire. I used to spend entire afternoons in my grandparents basement Senate reading and re reading these books with the Doha of adult conversation upstairs in the background and those are some of my happiest memories to this day. Pogo is one of my absolute favorite things in the world. So I had always thought it would be cool to have a radio station called WWL T in honor of Walt Kelly but the thing that really cinched it was this conversation I had with my dad's older brother. I was interviewing him him about another brother of theirs and uncle. I never got to meet because he died by suicide when he was very young. That was the story that became the basis for the finale of our first season season in the midst of this interview. I asked my uncle about Pogo. And whether he had read it growing up and he told me that he had and in fact reading Pogo and laughing about it with my grandparents was one of the ways they'd all been able to keep going in the wake of the suicide. It turns out that Walt Kelly was a ray of light in the midst of this incredibly dark time for my family which I had no idea about out when I started reading pogo host family. I would like to think that the first time I opened Pogo Book and felt this immediate connection to I somehow sensed that history and to the extent that wwl is a radio radio station which again it technically isn't that wave of recognition is what I'd like to think we're tuning into whenever I sit down in the booth to record something for family ghosts. I shut my eyes. Touched the surface of my ring and I imagine a radio dial locking onto a broadcast that was previously cascade of static but suddenly a new station is coming through loud and clear all at once. The threads have come together and I can hear something. I never knew this there today on the show. We're going to do something thing a little bit different instead of one story. We're going to bring you three each of them about that moment when the static abruptly dissolves doc from spoke media and WWL T- you're listening to family ghosts I'm Sam Damon and this is episode twenty three your ghost just coming up after the break knows that I have nothing but patricide in my heart..
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"Hello the thirty eight year-old father of two and i'm married been married now for three years. <hes> here's my hashtag metoo you too story. I thought that was important to get this out. Since most of the movement and stories and posts are from females about males harassing abusing my story happened when i was five years old <hes> and it was the summertime my mother would drop me off for the babysitter's house early in the morning in one of the other kids. There was a female who was a couple years older than me. She was bigger than me. She was heavier than me. She was stronger than any any and i don't know how started but <hes> one day we just ended up in the floor of the living room and she was telling me things to do to her places to touch her and stuff and i didn't like it. I didn't enjoy it. I didn't want it and when i expressed those feelings thoughts. She threatened to beat me up. She threatened to tell that i was the one who started it and those are two things. I didn't want to happen on top of that. The babysitter was very popular person in town that i grew up in and she watched a lot of people's kids and i felt like <hes> if i would have said anything it would look bad on her in. Everybody who depended on her for daycare. Childcare would be upset with me because she could probably get in trouble. If that happened either. That was the way things were going to go or i would say something and people would blame it on me and i will be the one to get in in trouble anyway. I remember thinking that i hope someone walks in and catches us and even though i'd be the one to get in trouble for at least would-be over wondered at five years old. What did i do to deserve this. How come nobody notices that something is wrong. Why doesn't she. She says that i hate this. What is she getting out of. This is she making me do this and over the course of the summer in escalated to where she would sneak into the babysitters bedroom and find her husband's <hes> playboy magazines and it wasn't played with brand but you know we just called all those magazines zina's playboy back then but she would take the magazines and thumb through the pages in any paints. She landed on whatever was depicted. That was the act that i was supposed to perform on her. I wasn't again. I wasn't attracted to this girl. I wasn't attracted to any girls at five years old. I wasn't even thinking about that. I knew that it was wrong but because i was a boy. I didn't think there was anything that could be done about it. This way that got out of it was the summer was over and it was time to go back to school so i didn't need a babysitter during the day anymore. <hes> i never told anyone about about until now for a long time. I've had some issues with <hes> relationships and how interacted with certain women. I'm in <hes> you know. I had the need to be always you know dominant in charge in control and never wanted to give it up it caused problems in some social behavior in some of my relationships through high school and even some of the effects of were were manifest in my don't relationships today though i am free from all the effects of that i have healed a have <hes> you know dealt with all of my feelings regarding it. I've forgiven given her. I haven't spoke to her told her. I forgive you but in my heart. I'm no longer angry with her about it. Do realize that i didn't do anything to deserve that on the sickness that was in her that caused her to take advantage of me and bully me in that way <hes> and you know i pray that she's healed from her sickness. She's moved on and as has victimized anybody else of isn't intending to but it was definitely traumatic experience for me. That took many many many years to to overcome to get back right. I hope that through my telling this it would encourage parents everywhere to not exclude their sons from the talk about sexual abuse sexual harassment element. It's not just a thing that girls need to be educated on us. A thing that boys need to be talked about too because if you talk to a boy about sexual harassment and the sexual abuse as a thing that could happen to them they are more likely to take steps to correct that behavior if they encounter it and they are more likely to not have that behavior themselves so <hes>. It's a beneficial thing all around <hes> thank you for qatar are hopeless. Hope someone high <hes>. I don't know if this is what you're looking for but i'm going to submit it and if it works for the podcasts yes you are. You are more than welcome to use it so this is an injury from my memoir. I've been writing my memoir since it's <hes> maybe about seven years now. Seven eight years <hes> and i add an entry here and there <hes> and this is one of the entries trees from from the memoir <hes> and the the memorize the memoir is called unlovable and other stories of my life a memoir in pros so this is one piece of prose from the collection. It's called you got natural hair and you from from the shy and it's about q. I did not want what he had to give but my attempts to stop him went unnoticed. I close is my eyes. Clench my teeth and went limp. I tried not to think as the pain shot through me. I love you baby was all he mustered as he wrote over not noticing my tears when he called the next day to ask. If i was okay i systematically answered. Yes not wanting to seem like too much of a problem them still trying to rationalize love and rape again so i hope you can use that thank you metoo moment happened in eastern north carolina in a place where everyone knows you and all your business and you can't really hi for many things especially when involves your family aegis can ignore it when i was a freshman in high school i i was baby sitting at my aunt's house most of the adults who had gone to handle a family emergency and i had all of the kids there <hes> my i my other aunt was lying across her brother-in-law's bed and i waited at door the bathroom he was occupying and let him know before he was surprised for her sleeping in his bid. Thank me for it and hug me from a high pretty weird right. Even weirder is that this man never really hooked me. I mean he's is not my real uncle. Hema ought never married despite her using his last name whenever she wanted to fill fancy growing up he hooked my little. Oh cousin a lot but never me and this day he hugged me really tight as if he was like making up for lost time then to pick me up from school. Isn't that as awkward as seems like i mentioned our town was small. His mother fact lived down the street from me where i grew up and he and my father were quite friendly after all. We're basically off family. I waited in my dorm room to leave and <hes> i've been winning all day. Volume arrived as soon as started getting darker. I've prepared for my two hour trip home and my sister's father have been working in the yard all day. He said it's a longer than he expected. We chitchat drove through the backwoods heading east. Suddenly the conversation took a turn in tom's where he joked with me when i was younger longer when he called me his little girlfriend like some older than us too and you just get gold ignored it so oh i was confused. I looked out of the window. 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"23" Discussed on 23 Shots of JD
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"23" Discussed on 23 Shots of JD
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"23" Discussed on 23 Shots of JD
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"23" Discussed on 23 Shots of JD
"Did we live but what we're on on what 23 shots all or with jd with the mice live yes uh i think he's all skull was the 2003 shots jd podcasts how's it going you know other was that dude he said bring energy or bathtub at you what's was ashaari all right hey guys at the 23 a jd podcast i guess that's better let's roll striding let's go john emburey server never have settle whereas one pour herself my whole life and they'll put up with nowhere i was hours liberalism not a match shoved in the light he told me and i know isn't fourth i do we do but we talk about forty foot the court all emme hey gus 23 shortage eighty polikoff hey y'all white what are you doing we've already down an inch or we we do any intro them we star just love the that law you're not in as the east side field how's it going how's it going us now you can give us all right so up what did we wanted to where there's been a lot of self in the nba going on but uh i guess the biggest surprise possibly uh the mvp race you know why nikola mirotic delivered for family day the where he was one game on isn't he seven in one they won seven in a row until the cows yatom i like to yeah that's like that i don't know what's up with that team and i donors they'll like one that either but you'd have both while would you want to be winning like what's the point you're not going to be making the playoffs halted the majority the team that you have not even get a bear with you nexio the following israel's done done valentine an marker all getting valuables of prioetta now that is true death ray that kohl yeah.
"23" Discussed on 23 Shots of JD
"Did we live but what we're on on what 23 shots all or with jd with the mice live yes uh i think he's all skull was i thought this was the 2003 shots jd podcasts how's it going you know how that was that dude he said bring energy or bathtub added you what's was ashaari all right hey guys at the 23 shots a jd podcast i guess that's better let's roll striding let's go john emburey server never had settle whereas one pour herself my whole life and nope it up with nowhere i was liberated by german not a mass shoved in the light he told me and i know isn't fourth i do we do but we told about forty foot court all the man to man you can watch much colleague choose lightly yes ebbing was he awarded the boss who have that are was was that modern bag needed that the the idea that are knew that i that it vote novelty that mb three i guess yeah ways vein playing really well if he grew than you go like a at least a top five eight but some who have it the number one have you much much then i watched a g game another guide press may will get back to bagaza graced an hour yet i'ma lobbing off the guys now in chakrawad embassies jiting he's in his fourth year though like yet graduated yet look the event logically in college at the soft mall other rookie one of the two abbas 20 points again right that would have been good nazisoviet solid rusnak aid and he said in law.
"23" Discussed on 23 Shots of JD
"Did we live but what we're on on what 23 shots all or with jd with the mice live yes uh i think he's all skull this was the 2003 shots jd podcasts how's it going you know other was that dude he said bring energy or bathtub at you what's was ashaari all right hey guys at the 23 shots a jd podcast i guess that's better let's roll striding let's go john emburey server never had settle whereas one or herself my whole life and nope it up with nowhere i was liberated german not a mass shoved in the light he told me and i know it fourth i do we do but we talked about forty foot court emme what's up go us was usd jordan anything nothing but a in the nba you're or or violently dedicated gang vitamin d visit the dead hurry eyesight riegler over yet that trade book lament of the he any newsouth is echo gate you just try them blanca works and won't be yeah trump rabuka yeah might that other eating that was i'm a brooklyn he is eating what they go i think that'll be who the it'd be still wet about i think it's bad chart sixes you want to get rid of a guy so you sent why another guy buys for trump who but joy value of any dead out of here is terrible delight on his law a walk year they meet at the vine yesterday that in that a volvo saw that salary.